Linux_var.new.org has reports where large arrays that are allocated on the stack.
The threshold was 1023. So anything below this is fine and can be changed to an False Positive. Anything greater than this is a clear bug.
I explained in this post, whey it is bad to use large size arrays allocated on stack.
There were many TODOs in the org file.
So what did I find?
I found that most were FPs. So, they have stopped doing this mistake as I found a lot of bugs in 2.6.x version.
Most were in the test files, or user level files or in tools file, that is not gonna have any bad effect.
I found one bug, inside staging directory. It’s still present in current Linux Kernel.
I’ll send patches once I’m done with reading the reports.